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Another example of those fancy medieval shoes. They are widely spread from Britain to the Balkans, Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe.

Shoe, flat, with cover and heel cut, pale yellow velvet and with bovine leather sole with embossed geometric decoration, strap closure on the instep, anonymous, circa 1550-74 (Rijksmuseum)

“Shoe, flat, with Cover and heel cut – to pale yellow – velvet and with bovine leather sole with embossed geometric decoration, strap closur.

C4th Roman Shoes by Andy Bates and Emma Berry. Made for Newcastle University Archaeology Department, UK. From details and a pattern supplied by Dr Carol van Driel Murray of Leiden University. The originals were found in Deurne, Belgium.

Roman Shoes by Andy Bates and Emma Berry. Made for Newcastle University Archaeology Department, UK. From details and a pattern supplied by Dr Carol van Driel Murray of Leiden University. The originals were found in Deurne, Belgium.

Leather shoe or calceus from Newstead in Roxburgh, Scotland, c. 100 A.D.

Leather shoe or calceus from Newstead in Roxburgh, Scotland, c.

Ancient Greek Footwear

Ancient Greek Footwear were largely but incorporated full fabrics and strings to strategically have them sustainable.

Shoes [English] (29.158.892,3,6) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

century English Black leather vertically slashed in toe region L. cm) Bashford Dean Memorial Collection, Funds from various donors, 1929

Leather Roman shoes, (late 1st-2nd century) - Museum of London

Leather Roman shoes, (late century) - Museum of London

Silver, bronze and iron. Bronze balsamarium in the form of a foot. Roman, Balkan region, circa 2nd-3rd century AD. D Bronze foot shod with calceus. Chain through two side lugs.

Silver, bronze and iron. Bronze balsamarium in the form of a foot. Roman, Balkan region, circa - Artemide Aste s.

Roman Shoe

Roman Shoe

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